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She must be a fascinating person to talk toI'd like to meet the author of this book. She must be a fascinating person to talk to.

Mark Twain is one of this country's most celebrated authors.

According to the authors, the book is based on fact.

We got our book signed by the author when we bought it.

Dr. Spock authored a number of popular books on childraising in the 50s and 60s.

She authored a couple of books under a different name before writing her first best-seller.

Muslims believe that the Koran was not authored by Muhammad or any other human being, but by God Himself.

The authors of the study hope their research findings will help prevent others from dying of the disease.

G. K. Chesterton once said that a good novel tells us the truth about its hero, but a bad novel tells us the truth about its author.

Benjamin Disraeli once said that an author who speaks about his own books is almost as bad as a mother who talks about her own children.

The author of the Harry Potter books has become one of the richest writers in the world.

The authorship of the book is in question, as it is now believed that the novel may have been copied from a story written about five years previous.

He was the author of his own firing, by continually coming to work drunk.

The author of the book I'm reading lives just down the street from my parents.

Find someone who likes books by an author you enjoy.

Discussion question: Do you have a favorite author? Who is it, and what do you like about his/her writing?

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